Friday, February 27, 2015

The “Gang of Eight” Immigration Constituency


The illegal immigration invasion has been ongoing for decades. All efforts to shut the door on unrestricted entry are "all hat no cattle". The notion that it is impossible to secure the territorial borderlines is an insult to every native born citizen. The dirty policy that is not much of a secret is that the establishment wants an influx of low wageworkers that drives down the cost of labor. The consistent pattern of domestic de-industrialization is a core objective of globalism. Few issues are more in the national interest than managing a rational immigration system. The public consistently registers their disgust with the negative impact that "Open Borders" imposes. However, for all their discontent, the political-corporatist league of dishonesty continues with their game of money-spinning manipulation.

Read the entire essay from the Radical Reactionary archives

Thursday, February 26, 2015

The many faces of the anti-war movement

Forget about all those false political lines drawn from left to right.  The only standard valid to judge a war is if it is being waged to protect your own personal well-being.  National security is a myth.  The struggle has since the beginning of time been between the lone individual and the all powerful coercive state.  Even among families, clans and tribes, mutual self-interest can be vague or conflicting.  When it comes to real security from a more brutal adversary, the administration of any government attempts to sell the concept that you have a civil duty to come to the defense of the State.  Most of the tragic record of history is based upon the absurd notion that dying for country is noble and killing the latest enemy is glorious.       

Read the entire essay from the Inherent Autonomy archives

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

AMA = Asinine Meddling Agitators

The new president of the American Medical Association, Dr. Richard F. Corlin from Santa Monica, California has a pet peeve. His proposal for a study into firearm injuries is nothing more than an assault upon guns themselves. It seems the good doctor wants data on the subject so that a review can be made to set AMA policy against gun violence. Well who would oppose reducing gun related injuries and deaths, but with the recent history of this esteemed group of physicians, it seems that this president is siding with 'Doctors Against Handgun Injury'. 

Read the entire article on the Strappado Wrack archives

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Taxes Made Simple

The overriding operative standard in most financial decisions is their tax implications. While most people will deny this parameter, the effective net result is that an unconscious disconnect from strictly economic factors, permeates business judgments. The most basic rules for assessing the specific merits and beneficial reward for a transaction is violated by the ultimate silent partner - the taxman. This is reality, wearing its most unpleasant face.

Read the entire essay from the View from the Mount archives

Monday, February 23, 2015

Campaign Reform

At the outset, let us all be realistic and admit that very few politicians seek serious Campaign Finance Reform. The incumbents have such a distinct advantage to an unknown challenger that those in power have every incentive to maintain the current system. So what is all this commotion about a 'so called' reform? Well, as most efforts for renovation, the design of the fundamental foundation is ignored and the facade is only altered. 

Read the entire debate from the Dueling Twins archives

Friday, February 20, 2015

Statist Philosophy the Scourge of Christianity

The normal condition of man ruling over men resorts to the practice of coercive force. Statism so aptly reflects this system of compliance. When you strip away all the rhetoric and institutional validation, what is left is a doctrine of kingship. Governments are fashioned to exert control over people. Contemplate the intrinsic contradiction of this structure of dominance with the message of the Golden Rule.

Read the entire essay from the Solitary Purdah archives

Thursday, February 19, 2015

Road to Serfdom, Yesterday and Today

The path to a Global Gulag is paved with failed promises and stern submission. The functions of governments change little over time. Only the intensity of applying current techniques of crowd control evolves for making the task easier to corral the rowdy into prisons of their minds. Force works because people allow themselves to be intimidated and government stooges are willing to rejoice in the celebration of human misery. The police state stems from an entitlement of State tyranny, which justifies its existence based upon an absolutism of authority. 

Read the entire essay from the Global Gulag archives

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Arab Spring Chasing Consensus

Is Democracy great or what? What a shining example, Egypt, for the entire world. Imposing Western institutions and electoral practices in the Land of the Pharaoh has an inevitable outcome. The hubris of the international community and the fallacy that a globalist model for providing political cover for the control of the unwashed masses, just took a detour. Liberation revolt is not supposed to be an option. Tell that to the twenty million plus that gathered together to just say no. Their message should not go unheeded to the great bodies of parliamentary debate elsewhere. Yet, in the end, these legislative corpses just follow orders from the masters who really call the shots.

Read the entire essay from the Totalitarian Collectivism archives

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Obama's Supreme Court Rebuff

Many Americans still revere the Supreme Court. As one of the three branches of the Federal government, confidence in their conduct and authority is usually higher than Congress or the Presidency. Yet when a real or contrived constitutional crisis develops, the screams and indignation arise and point to a convenient culprit. The current Obamacare case before this court has all the trappings of a full-blown confrontation. The reason is simple. The underlying question before the Supremes is not purely a legal matter. At stake is whether this country is actually a government under laws. Alternatively, is it an authoritarian dictatorship nuisance by irritating lawful restraints? 

Read the entire essay from the Radical Reactionary archives

Monday, February 16, 2015

Amnesty Capitulation Assures a Failed Society

After decades of documenting the mad consequences of an "Open Borders" policy, voices of rational and sane immigration, ready themselves for definitive betrayal from their phony conservative brethren. Mark Krikorian, Roy Beck, Peter Brimelow and Pat Buchanan have waged the crusade to save the nation from the forces of greedy corporatists and demented egalitarianism. Proponents of limitless immigration are committed to the unilateral destruction of what once made America, "A City upon a Hill". 

Read the entire essay from the Inherent Autonomy archives

Friday, February 13, 2015

The Papers We All Accept

Is our identity our own or is it assigned? Well, if you ask the government, you will get an answer that is unsettling. At the core of all civic connections is the central issue of the sovereignty. Does it reside in the person of the individual or is it some obscure collective composite? If you ask the STATE - it will tell you it is theirs, and you belong to them . . .

Read the entire article on the Strappado Wrack archives

Thursday, February 12, 2015

The American Dream - Viva Las Vegas Style

With every New Year’s resolution, optimism and even the expectation that the future will get better has long been a staple within the popular culture. By nature, people want to believe in a better society. The American Dream means different things to diverse people, but it always had a vision for great achievements and daring exploits. America was great because she dared to forge an independent and freedom loving country.

Read the entire essay from the View from the Mount archives